Ihor Shadko Mycelium Swish Self-ordering system for restaurants
Mycelium Swish Self-ordering system for restaurants is Silver Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Website and Web Design Award Category.
Mycelium Swish Self-ordering system for restaurants

Development of the Mycelium SWISH raised a big challenge of creating a complex design environment which must mutual beneficially unite restaurant managers, personal and customers. Designing SWISH I used a bunch of software such as UXcam and Amplitude for user testing and researches, Omigraffle for wireframing, Invision, Flinto, and After Effects for prototyping, Sketch, and Photoshop for the final mockups. As result, we solved a lot of issues, especially with restaurant processes analytics, waiters' work efficiency, and overall convenience of food ordering.

Mycelium Swish Self-ordering system for restaurants
Ihor Shadko Mycelium Swish
Ihor Shadko Self-ordering system for restaurants
Ihor Shadko design
Ihor Shadko design
Ihor Shadko

Ihor Shadko has been working as a user interaction designer for more than 7 years, during this time he elaborated considerable amount of projects from small mobile apps to sophisticated dashboards (B2B/B2C) wich are used by millions. His works span a wide range of society needs: in mobile banking, restaurant sphere, document-turnover, law, the entertainment industry, and dating. He dedicates himself to helping businesses solve design problems bring their ideas to life through functional and appealing designs.


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